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Wanneroo Farm
Reviewed 14 April 2007

This fabulous farm, set in the heart of Exmoor National Park is run by accomplished show jump rider, Lucie Allison and her golf professional husband Ian (ably assisted by junior jumper, daughter Georgina).

Lucie is the ultimate host.

The farm offers livery for riders who wish to bring their own horses and special en-suite accommodation for those who wish to bring their dogs.

That's what Exmoor is all about:- horses, dogs, wild game and wildlife in particular!

It is a paradise for animal lovers like ourselves. We took our two dogs and they were in heaven for awhile.

A typically and traditionally English part of the country, Exmoor epitomizes an ancient English county; customs and pastimes are those passed down from thousands of years. Do not expect anything less!

The breakfasts are enormously satisfying and home cooked: fresh, free-range fare from the farm!

The only problem you are likely to experience is one of trying to choose from an unbelievable range of activities in the beautiful Somerset countryside.

Most of the trains are steam driven!!

Expect to stay for a couple of days and you may well be there for weeks.

Believe me, I don't do this sort of thing very often, but Waneroo Farm is worth it! Here's the link:-
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Lucie Allison

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Yours Most sincerely

Jim and Helen Tait & their two staffy dogs, Sam & Simmy

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Reviewed 30 March 2007

What a lovely couple of days we had, the atmosphere was so friendly and relaxed even though it was busy with the animals.
The daffodils were in full bloom, the sea or the moor were nearby. We hope to visit again soon.

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Reviewed 10 December 2010
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  • Stayed: November 2010, travelled solo
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Address: Timberscombe, Minehead TA24 7TU, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Somerset > Minehead
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Ranked #18 of 21 Speciality Lodging in Minehead
Number of rooms: 4

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